Violin SV250

Create vibrant expression that breaks with tradition. The SV250 also provides preeminent quality demanded by professional musicians. Yamaha SILENT Violin™ invites you to an unprecedented live stage experience.


SILENT Violin SV250


Break the Silence

Create vibrant expression that breaks with tradition. The SV250 also provides preeminent quality demanded by professional musicians. Yamaha SILENT Violin™ invites you to an unprecedented live stage experience.

Overview

The SV250 Silent Violin is created to fulfil the needs of both the professional and high class amateur violinists who want amplified violin sound for all styles of music.

This Silent Violin has established a new benchmark for the player's comfort and also sound quality. Its weight is only around 500 g, the same as a traditional acoustic violin. Any violinist can easily change from his current acoustic Violin to our new Silent Violin. The innovators have created a unique dual pickup system which allows the performer to blend the tonal quality from a rich acoustic sound to an edgy electric sound. Its external control box has master volume control, a powerful pre-amp, quarter inch and XLR balanced outputs as well as treble and bass tone controls.

Both the SV250 and SV255 are crafted from seasoned flamed maple in the back with a rich brown spruce top and they are fitted with ebony fingerboard and pegs.

Features

Two Pickup Types Allow Expressive Freedom

Rich resonance is captured by Yamaha's acclaimed body pickup, as well as other nuances, including vibrato. The newly developed second pickup in the bridge captures string vibration directly.

Audio & Video

Two Pickup Types Add Up to Expressive Freedom

Aston - Playing Yamaha Silent Strings

Yamaha Music Australia sponsored Sydney based group Aston by providing SV250, SVC50, SV130, NCX1200R and CVP409GP for use in their latest epic production, The Monster Symphony.

Stefan Pintev and the Yamaha V5 with Signature Carbon Bows

Artists

Sophie Serafino

A violinist, singer and composer, Sophie has been described by the Daily Telegraph Australia as 'inimitable', by the Sydney Morning Herald as 'refreshing' and by writer Gail Kavanagh as 'one of the few who deserve the title of diva'

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